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Top 10 Paris Statues

Paris is extraordinary because of its historic building, perserving over time

It’s statues on the other-hand
That does not detract from their drool inspiring magnificence

King Louis XIV (Versailles)
Statue équestre d’Louis XIV
(only recently placed in this dominant spot)

King IV
Statue équestre d’Henri IV
(Melted Down during Revolution, Restored)

Winged Victory of Samarath
Le Louvre
(Escavated from a buried pile of rubble)

Thomas Jefferson

Statute of Liberty (Scaled Replica) Île aux Cygnes

Rhinoceros (Musee D’Orsay)

The Kiss (Marble) Rodin
(Outside of L’Orangerie, Original at Musée Rodin

Cardinal Richelieu tomb statue (Sorbonne)
A representation of recumbants and tomb statuary
(Pantheon, Cathedral St. Dennis, Louvre)

Napoleon (Place Vendôme) Napoleon in Classic Greek attire
(torn down by decree of Paris Commune, 1871, subsequently re-erected)

Psyche Revived by Cupid’s Kiss

Venus de Milo

Le Penseur (The Thinker, The Poet) Musée Rodin
(Bronze Cast)

Child Playing with Goose (Louvre)

The Oddest Art at the Louvre in Paris, France

The Six Continents (Musee D’Orsay)
l’Asie (and elephant)
l’Europe
l’Afrique (and cornicopia)
l’Amérique du Nord
l’Amérique du Sud
l’Océanie(and kangaroo)

Four Captives also known as Four Defeated Nations
Spain, the Holy Roman Empire, Brandenburg, and Holland

Marley Horses

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